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Murach's Servlets and JSP book - Question to author

 
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Hi , What are the prerequisites to learn servlets and JSP ? Is this book intended for beginners ? Does it include client side programming languages like html,JS,etc.

 
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Hi. The only prerequisite is a basic knowledge of Java programming similar to chapters 1-14 of Murach's Java Programming. Our servlet/JSP book includes enough coverage of HTML5/CSS3 to get you through the book, and it doesn't require any JavaScript. However, you would probably want to learn more about HTML5/CSS3 and JavaScript if you continue down the web development path.
 
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Thanks for the reply Joel . I would like to build a career on java EE, I feel this book is the right one for me .
 
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I'm glad you think so. I think this book is a great way to get started with Java EE (if I do say so myself).
 
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Harsha Lingareddy wrote:I would like to build a career on java EE ...


This is likely a better subject for the Jobs forum (where it has been discussed many times), but you are not going to make a carer out of a single technology. Be prepared to learn more than just Java.
 
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